Urgent Care

How to manage ocular emergencies in the optometric office. By Richard Mangan, OD

Getting Hosed

Blunt trauma can leave major damage. But optometrists can learn to treat and monitor to minimize long-term issues.
05/16/2019

A Stroke of Bad Luck

By the time you see this, it may be too late to save vision, but your responsibility doesn’t end there.
03/15/2019

Anaphylaxis in Your Exam Lane

When a patient is gasping for air, will you be prepared?
01/15/2019

Hydrops it Like it’s Hot

If you can quickly resolve edema in these cases, you’ll reduce the need for a transplant.
11/20/2018

The Many Hats of Herpes

This virus can present in a variety of ways. Here, we enumerate them.
09/15/2018

A Bloody Mess

A game of racquetball goes wrong when a player winds up with a case of traumatic hyphema.
07/15/2018

What Lies Beneath

Thickness is a bad thing when it signifies this underdiagnosed condition.
05/15/2018

Acting on an Epidemic

Here’s how to approach the clinical diagnosis and management of EKC.
03/15/2018

Coming to America

In her first visit to a medical professional, a patient gets set on the right track.
12/15/2017

A Nerve-racking Experience

The need to distinguish true papilledema from a benign anomaly puts our diagnostic skills to the test—while the clock is ticking.
10/15/2017

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